Biscuit Joiner for Woodworking Panel Joins
Occasionally called a plate joiner, a biscuit joiner is used to join two pieces of wood together, invisibly, giving a professional finish.
The biscuit joiner tool cuts a crescent-shaped hole, or mouth, near the edge of the joint in each piece. These holes accommodate the 'biscuit' or wooden insert that joins the two pieces together, internally.
The Makita Biscuit Joiner
The 701 Watt Makita power tool has six adjustable depth settings, with a maximum cutting depth of 25mm and default setting for 19mm. The maximum cutting blade size of 110mm can be used for undercutting of doors and skirting boards. It can also carry out precision grooving and flat dowel joints, as well as having wall/ceiling capabilities.
Making light work of cutting in joints, this tool comes in a handy carry case with standard accessories for professional use: a cutter blade, angle guide, dust bag, set plate and lock nut wrench.
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